Alan Leong Kah-kit obtained his LLB from the University of Hong Kong in 1982 and LLM from the University of Cambridge in 1984. He was admitted as a barrister in Hong Kong in 1983. In 1998, he was called to the Inner Bar, the first appointment of Senior Counsel after the establishment of the HKSAR. He was the Chairman of Hong Kong Bar Association from 2001-2003. He was also a founding member of the Civic Party. In 2007, he ran against Donald Tsang in the Chief Executive election. During the 79-Day Occupation in 2014 Umbrella Movement, he served as the Convenor of Pan-democrats. After 12 years as a lawmaker, he retired from the Legislative Council in 2016. He was elected Chairman of the Civic Party, the second largest political party in the Pan-Democratic Camp, in November 2016 and has remained in office since.
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